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March 2016

The Musical Mythologist: Interview with Nick Edward Harris

Nick Edward Harris’s music is a breath of mystery in a genre that can at times become crowded with the plain and indistinguishable. With tact and skill, this London-based singer-songwriter is pushing the boundaries of traditional acoustic music. Read more >>

Animal Pajamas and the Value of Life: Interview with Flannel Graph’s Shayla Smith

Flannel Graph is a quirky indie/folk duo hailing from the tiny town of Kalispell, Montana. In some ways, singer Shayla Smith and guitarist Leon Gregory take a whimsical and lighthearted approach to songwriting. Shayla’s dynamic voice is well suited for the duo’s light acoustic style.

But Flannel Graph’s music is far from shallow. Read more >>

The Winter Poet: Interview with Tyler Butler

It would be fairly accurate to say that Tyler Butler is a poet first and a musician second. Listening to his music is akin to reading the Romantic poetry of William Blake and Percy Shelley.

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Life I Couldn’t Think Up: Interview with Ian Randall Thornton (Part 3)

Norfolk-based folk artist Ian Randall Thornton is southern Virginia’s best-kept secret. His music conveys a stunning depth of emotion, and in conversation the young songwriter displays maturity beyond his years.

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Not Your Average Love Song: Interview with Ian Randall Thornton (Part 2)

Norfolk-based folk artist Ian Randall Thornton is southern Virginia’s best-kept secret. His music conveys a stunning depth of emotion, and in conversation the young songwriter displays maturity beyond his years.

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Sculpting the Music: Interview with Ian Randall Thornton (Part 1)

Norfolk-based folk artist Ian Randall Thornton is southern Virginia’s best-kept secret. His music conveys a stunning depth of emotion, and in conversation the young songwriter displays maturity beyond his years.

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